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Mileham Road, Litcham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE32

££500,000 Guide

4 Bedroom Mid-Terraced House For Sale

Dating back to circa 1860, retaining much of its original character, this attractive Grade II listed property is positioned in the heart of Litcham standing proud on the corner of Mileham road, enjoying views across the village green.

Formerly ran as a shop, however in the past the premises has been used for a variety of different trades and most famously occupied by the Rowe family as a cycle works and general stores. Additionally, former uses include a fishmonger, haberdashery, drapers, bicycle shop and a general store.

The property has undergone a series of improvements, sympathetically restored by the current owners over the past six years who has enhanced and retained much of the character.

Entering into the central hallway, you're greeted by beautiful pimento tiles guiding you further into the property. On the ground floor there is an impressive living room, which was formerly the shop frontage and benefits from large, tall window, filling the room with natural light. Furthermore, just off the living room you'll find the stairs to the cellar, which has a ready-made bar, complete with bar stools and tables.

The formal dining room is conveniently located next to the kitchen and provides elegance with high ceilings and a marble surround fireplace, perfect for dinner parties and entertaining guests. The comprehensive, well-appointment solid wood kitchen is complete with a range oven with space for a generous breakfast table.

The impressive first floor includes space for the whole family with four bedrooms, including an en-suite and the family bathroom, which is a real feature of the home, housing a four-piece suite. The principal bedroom expands to over 22ft and features a beautiful, curved wall.

Outside has a courtyard garden, accessed through the archway, fitted with security gates and offers the opportunity for off road parking. The courtyard has a raised patio and provides a good degree of privacy, ideal for entertaining. The property is complete with a fitted workshop, formerly used as the storeroom, which would make an ideal office, perfect when working from home.


LITCHAM Walk through the nature reserve on Litcham Common and down the river Nar, Litcham is a small village between the market towns of Fakenham and Dereham. It's described in the Doomsday book as 'a market town in the centre of Norfolk', although it's much older than that with Roman roads found nearby. The village has a pub, The Old Bull, a butcher, a doctor's surgery, a post office/general store and the 12th century All Saints church, which was largely rebuilt in the early 15th century. There are two schools, a primary, and the very much in demand, Litcham High. Litcham is ideally positioned for the Norfolk coast with its miles of unspoilt coastline.
Walk through the nature reserve on Litcham Common and down the river Nar, Litcham is a small village between the market towns of Fakenham and Dereham. It's described in the Doomsday book as 'a market town in the centre of Norfolk', although it's much older than that with Roman roads found nearby. The village has a pub, The Old Bull, a butcher, a doctor's surgery, a post office/general store and the 12th century All Saints church, which was largely rebuilt in the early 15th century. There are two schools, a primary, and the very much in demand, Litcham High. Litcham is ideally positioned for the Norfolk coast with its miles of unspoilt coastline.

Just 10 miles away is the thriving historic market town of Swaffham, situated approximately 15 miles east of King's Lynn and approximately 30 miles from Norwich. There is an extensive range of local amenities including a Waitrose, Tesco, Asda, further shops, pubs and restaurants, three doctors surgeries and primary, secondary and higher schools together with a variety of leisure and sports activities including an excellent Golf Club. The town has an extremely popular Saturday market and many interesting historic buildings including the parish church and 'The Buttercross'.


SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity, drainage and oil fired central heating.

COUNCIL TAX Band D.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING An Energy Performance Certificate is not required for this property due to it being Grade II listed.

TENURE This is a freehold property.

PROPERTY REFERENCE 36189

Tenure: Freehold

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Dereham
Canterbury House
20 Market Place
Dereham, Norfolk
NR19 2AX

01362 693591
dereham@sowerbys.com

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